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    11-17-20thanksgiving read

     That’s right, this is the first reading challenge that     High School students are eligible for prizes and recognition as well! This includes e3 students!



    Challenge dates: Thanksgiving Break 2020 (including weekends)- Saturday, November 21 through Sunday, November 29

    Tracking minutes: Students will use the attached reading log to record the minutes they read over the break. They can also use their own sheet of paper to track their minutes.

    Deadlines: Students should (virtually) turn in completed logs to their teachers when they return from break on November 30th. Students can send a photo or simply send the number of minutes read to their teacher. I will be sending out a Google form for schools to submit student minutes.

    Goal: We are challenging students to read at least 20-minutes a day, which is a total of 180 minutes over the 9-day break. 


    Top School traveling banner- The High School winner will receive a fence banner to hang outside of your school to announce your accomplishment! The reigning champions are Van Buren Elementary and Classen Middle School – we can’t wait to see who wins this time, and to announce the top high school!

    Yard signs- The top three students at every school who meet the goal will receive a sign to display in their yard or window to announce that “An Outstanding Reader Lives Here!”

    Award Buttons- ALL students who make the reading goal (180 minutes) will receive an I Met the Goal! Award button.

    Other prizes include Raising Cane’s gift certificates, passes to the Devon Ice Rink, and business-ready gift bags from Devon for our HS students.


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    Principal's Secretary

    Cindy Frazier                                                   (405) 587 -6304



    Shawna Hollopeter      (A-L)                      (405) 587-6346

    Bianca Ponce De Leon (M-Z)             (405) 587-6370



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    Jesica Lewis                                                          (405) 587-6309

    Kimbralin Walker                                                        (405)587-6404    



    Attendance Advocates

    Melaney Harrison-     9th grade                        (405) 587-6325

    Lily Ordaz-               10th-12th,  Alpha A-L                             (405)587-6301

    Kathi Knott-             10th-12th,  Alpha M-Z                             (405) 587-6313

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    Principal: Jahree Herzer

    Asst. Principal (9th, A-L): Gina Villalva

    Asst. Principal (9th, M-Z): Cassandra Clark

    Asst. Principal (10th grade): Kristen Richardson

    Asst. Principal (11th grade): Keith Ooten

    Asst. Principal (12th grade): Sunie Killam

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    By providing equitable access to a world-class education, every Northwest Classen High School student will graduate ready to fulfill their unique purpose in a healthy, vibrant community.

    Every day, Northwest Classen High School will ignite a passion for learning in every child, invite families to engage, and inspire respectful and trusting relationships with our diverse community.

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    With the support and partnership of our community and parents, the collective and cherished aspiration of the NWC Team is to seize the fleeting opportunity before us to ignite a passion for learning among our students. By creating a culture of high expectations for student learning through standards-based instruction, we want to empower students to become exceptional members of society with the ability to achieve their goals in any future path they may choose.


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